Pascal and Francis Bibliographic Databases

Help

Search results

Your search

kw.\*:("Queen")

Filter

A-Z Z-A Frequency ↓ Frequency ↑
Export in CSV

Document Type [dt]

A-Z Z-A Frequency ↓ Frequency ↑
Export in CSV

Publication Year[py]

A-Z Z-A Frequency ↓ Frequency ↑
Export in CSV

Discipline (document) [di]

A-Z Z-A Frequency ↓ Frequency ↑
Export in CSV

Language

A-Z Z-A Frequency ↓ Frequency ↑
Export in CSV

Author Country

A-Z Z-A Frequency ↓ Frequency ↑
Export in CSV

Origin

A-Z Z-A Frequency ↓ Frequency ↑
Export in CSV

Results 1 to 25 of 2041

  • Page / 82

Export

Selection :

  • and

Improved technique for introducing four-day old virgin queens to mating hives that uses artificial and natural queen cells for introductionPEREZ-SATO, Juan Antonio; HUGHES, William O. H; COUVILLON, Margaret J et al.Journal of apicultural research. 2007, Vol 46, Num 1, pp 28-33, issn 0021-8839, 6 p.Article

Direct introduction of mated and virgin queens using smoke : a method that gives almost 100% acceptance when hives have been queenless for 2 days or morePEREZ-SATO, J Antonio; KÄRCHER, Martin H; HUGHES, William O. H et al.Journal of apicultural research. 2008, Vol 47, Num 4, pp 243-250, issn 0021-8839, 8 p.Article

The Queens of the Neo-Assyrian EmpireKERTAI, David.Altorientalische Forschungen (Berlin). 2013, Vol 40, Num 1, pp 108-124, issn 0232-8461, 17 p.Article

A scientific note on the lack of effect of mandible ablation on the synthesis of royal scent by honeybee queensZHENG, Huo-Qing; DIETEMANN, Vincent; HU, Fu-Liang et al.Apidologie (Celle). 2012, Vol 43, Num 4, pp 471-473, issn 0044-8435, 3 p.Article

The aborting of a queen larva by a mated foreign queenAVITABILE, A; DESOMMA, M.1984, Vol 124, Num 10, 716Article

Independent colony founding by ergatoid queens in the ant genus Pogonomyrmex: queen foraging provides an alternative to dependent colony foundingJOHNSON, R. A.Insectes sociaux. 2010, Vol 57, Num 2, pp 169-176, issn 0020-1812, 8 p.Article

Queen Mary, University of LondonBUSFIELD, James.Plastics, rubber and composites. 2001, Vol 30, Num 5, issn 1465-8011, 65 p.Serial Issue

Méthodes d'introduction de 2 reines dans une ruche à nid à couvain renforcé (suite) = Methods to introduce two queens in a Live with added brood framesHOGG, J. A; DEREMBOURG, Tr.Santé de l'abeille. 1984, Num 79, pp 45-46, issn 0036-4568Article

Displacing feminine authority in The Faerie QueeneVILLEPONTEAUX, M.Studies in English literature, 1500-1900. 1995, Vol 35, Num 1, pp 53-67, issn 0039-3657Article

Unpublished royal shabtis of queen Hnwt-BwyEL MENSHAWY, Sherine.Discussions in Egyptology. 2005, Num 62, pp 19-32, issn 0268-3083, 14 p.Article

THE ASSUMPTION OF MARY AND HER QUEENSHIP IN COMPLEMENTARITYKIRWIN, George F.Marian studies. 2005, Vol 56, pp 82-100, issn 0464-9680, 19 p.Conference Paper

First symptoms of queen loss in a honeybee colony (Apis mellifera)SKIRKEVICIUS, Algirdas.Apidologie. 2004, Vol 35, Num 6, pp 565-573, issn 0044-8435, 9 p.Article

QUEEN MOTHER : A BIBLICAL THEOLOGY OF MARY'S QUEENSHIPSRI, Edward.Marian studies. 2005, Vol 56, pp 123-154, issn 0464-9680, 32 p.Conference Paper

Are orphan Scaptotrigona mexicana , workers attracted to physogastric queens?GRAJALES-CONESA, Julieta; ROJAS, Julio C; GUZMAN-DIAZ, Miguel et al.Journal of apicultural research. 2007, Vol 46, Num 4, pp 291-292, issn 0021-8839, 2 p.Article

Population and colony structure and morphometrics in the queen dimorphic harvester ant, Pogonomyrmex pimaJOHNSON, R. A; HOLBROOK, C. T; STREHL, C et al.Insectes sociaux. 2007, Vol 54, Num 1, pp 77-86, issn 0020-1812, 10 p.Article

Queen influence on worker reproduction in bumblebees (Bombus terrestris) coloniesALAUX, C; JAISSON, P; HEFETZ, A et al.Insectes sociaux. 2004, Vol 51, Num 3, pp 287-293, issn 0020-1812, 7 p.Article

Regulation of Reproduction in the Primitively Eusocial Wasp Ropalidia marginata: on the Trail of the Queen PheromoneBHADRA, Anindita; MITRA, Aniruddha; DESHPANDE, Sujata A et al.Journal of chemical ecology. 2010, Vol 36, Num 4, pp 424-431, issn 0098-0331, 8 p.Article

Virgin queens selectively destroy fully matured queen cells in the honeybee Apis mellifera LHARANO, K; OBARA, Y.Insectes sociaux. 2004, Vol 51, Num 3, pp 253-258, issn 0020-1812, 6 p.Article

HEMOGLOBIN QUEENS: ALPHA 34 (B15) LEU-ARG STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL PROPERTIES AND ITS ASSOCIATION WITH HBEMOO PENN WF; JUE DL; JOHNSON MH et al.1982; AM. J. HEMATOL.; ISSN 0361-8609; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 13; NO 4; PP. 323-327; BIBL. 22 REF.Article

Queen polymorphism and queen-morph related facultative polygyny in the ant, Myrmecina graminicola (Hymenoptera, Formicidae)BUSCHINGER, A; SCHREIBER, M.Insectes sociaux. 2002, Vol 49, Num 4, pp 344-353, issn 0020-1812, 10 p.Article

AN ANALOGUE MODEL STUDY OF ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION IN THE QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS REGION = ETUDE D'UN MODELE ANALOGIQUE DE L'INDUCTION ELECTROMAGNETIQUE DANS LA REGION DES ILES QUEEN CHARLOTTECHAN E; DOSSO HW; NIENABER W et al.1981; J. GEOMAGN. GEOELECTR.; ISSN 0022-1392; JPN; DA. 1981; VOL. 33; NO 11; PP. 587-605; BIBL. 12 REF.; ILL.Article

THE INHIBITING EFFECT OF THE QUEEN BEE (APIS MELLIFERA L.) FOOT-PRINT PHEROMONE ON THE CONSTRUCTION OF SWARMING QUEEN CUPSLENSKY Y; SLABEZHI Y.1981; J. INSECT PHYSIOL.; ISSN 0022-1910; GBR; DA. 1981; VOL. 27; NO 5; PP. 313-323; BIBL. 25 REF.Article

RESPONDENDO À RAINHA DE SABÁ: UMA INVESTIGAÇÃO SOBRE A NATUREZA DA LINGUAGEM SAPIENCIAL DO ANTIGO TESTAMENTO = La réponse à la Reine de Saba : enquête sur la nature du langage de la sagesse dans l'Ancien TestamentSANTOS, Daniel.Fides reformata (Impresso). 2011, Vol 16, Num 1, pp 71-90, issn 1517-5863, 20 p.Article

On the hardness of counting problems of complete mappingsJIEH HSIANG; HSU, D. Frank; SHIEH, Yuh-Pyng et al.Discrete mathematics. 2004, Vol 277, Num 1-3, pp 87-100, issn 0012-365X, 14 p.Article

Upper bounds for domination numbers of the queen's graphWEAKLEY, William D.Discrete mathematics. 2002, Vol 242, Num 1-3, pp 229-243, issn 0012-365XArticle

  • Page / 82